Dave locks and loads his gargantuan tank in 'The Right To Go Insane'!

Megadeth have released the video for ‘The Right To Go Insane‘, their newest single off their latest album ‘Endgame’.

The video was released via the band’s record company website, Roadrunner Records, today and features nothing less than lead singer/guitarist Dave Mustaine driving a goddamn TANK through the streets.

That’s right, a tank. Carnage ensues in what is truly an insane video, but one based on entirely true events.

Last week the music blogging site Noisecreep had a sneak-peek on the latest video and outlined the events behind the video’s storyline:

On May 17, 1995, a U.S. Army veteran and unemployed plumber in San Diego, Shawn Timothy Nelson, snapped and stole an M60 Patton tank from a nearby National Guard Armory.

He drove down the highway, crushing cars, fire hydrants and an RV before he was stopped and killed by police.

(The official music video for ‘The Right To Go Insane)

The video follows the real-life events, featuring Dave Mustaine going crazy before stealing a military tank and running riot on the streets of California. In fact, the video even comes complete with a warning before the insanity begins:


The album, Endgame, is out now and available to buy online pretty cheap!


'The Last Fight' is the third song released from the album, and the second official single.

Bullet For My Valentine have released their second single of the month, titled The Last Fight, this time through a music video posted on the band’s MySpace page.

The song is the band’s second single from their upcoming album Fever, which is due for release on April 26th and is their third album; a follow up to the album Scream Aim Fire, which reached #1 in Japan and #5 in the UK.

While the single is technically not out until April, the song’s music video was uploaded to BFMV’s MySpace page earlier today (March 12th).

Guitarist/lead vocalist Matt Tuck told Metal Hammer magazine that recording and producing the album has been ‘brutal work’ but that he had a point to prove.

“Everyone’s buzzing about this one. We just tried to get that energy and excitement and vibe back into the band because the ‘Scream, Aim, Fire’ sessions just ripped our hearts out of wanting to be in a band.”

Click below to watch the video for The Last Fight.

During touring for the band’s first album, The Poison, Matt fell ill with laryngitis which resulted in him having to have an emergency tonsillectomy in July of 2006. Some critics of Scream Aim Fire felt this had a negative effect on Tuck’s vocals for the album and that he just simply wasn’t ‘up to the job’ anymore.

Nonetheless, Scream Aim Fire was released to much critical acclaim and featured some truly brutal and aggressive vocals.

Judging by what we’ve been allowed to hear so far, Fever should be more of the some metally goodness!